In the following Video we see, how individual rotor blades for wind turbines starts up the mountains in China to towing vehicles:

The route to the government-Sponsored Baoding Mountain Wind Farm is 5.5 km long, and includes 212 turns and slopes as steep as 30 degrees. The journey with each blade took five hours, and the drivers had to negotiate the load through villages with buildings on either side of the road, and high voltage power lines. The blades are 52.4 metres long, and weigh over 12 Tons.

And necessarily situated on the Sound 0. Real now, seems sound, otherwise the clip is hard to bear…